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Posted: Fri Mar 14, 2008 18:12 Post subject:
read about supported device .. if yours inside that list that's supported .. if not ..sorry _________________ 365'pc WRT54GL 1.1 + DD-WRT wds - client mode - client bridge
337 GL+DD-WRT v23 SP1 Std
28 GL+DD-WRT v23 SP3 Std
13 WRT300N v.1 v24 06-20-07
2 GL/SP1/200 mW+Hyperlink 24 db >> 16 km Point to Point
i have flashed the device with openWGT, a version openwrt developed for the wgt634u. it works but is very basic. attached is the cfe.bin and the nvram.bin
the nvram is very simple, most of the settings have to be entered after flashing.
below is a portion of the text the openwrt wiki has on this unit.
"The WGT634U is based on the Broadcom 5365P board that features a 200 MHz MIPS CPU along with a built-in IPSEC co-processor details, allowing encrypted VPNs (up to AES256) a bonus of a performance boost up to 75Mbps (quoted) IPSec throughput - far more than the MIPS32 CPU alone can produce.
It also comes standard with 8 MB flash and 32 MB RAM. The 8MB flash is an Intel te28f640 tsop pin chip with 56 pins. The 32MB of RAM are ICSI IC42S26800 chips with 54 tsop pins on a 16-bit bus. As many SDR & DDR PC memory chips also use 54 pin tsop memory, it is possible to remove two identical larger chips that are also on a 16-bit bus from a memory stick and replace the stock RAM on the WGT634u. Great care would need to be taken to ensure that the replacement chips matched the pinout in the datasheet link provided. In theory, the Intel flash could also be de-soldered and replaced. However, no known case of either has been reported.
The wireless NIC is an Atheros Mini-PCI capable of 802.11b/g, and has a MS-156 test point and a soldered antenna. The WGT634U also has a USB 2.0 controller."
Also attached is a picture from the same wiki page of the device.
the openwgt i have flashed has working usb and no boot wait. the unit has serial but i have not connected to it. not sure about jtag.